|Directed by||Pierre-Jean Ducis|
|Written by||Yves Mirande|
|Starring||Suzy Prim |
|Music by||Vincent Scotto|
|Cinematography||Fred Langenfeld |
|Edited by||Andrée Danis|
|29 August 1941|
Made in the southern zone of Vichy France, the film was a commercial success. Along with another hit The Well Digger's Daughter, it was banned by the Nazi authorities in the Occupied Zone in retaliaton for a Vichy ban on the German film Bel Ami.
- Burch & Sellier p.150
- Winkel & Welch p.142
- Noël Burch & Geneviève Sellier. The Battle of the Sexes in French Cinema, 1930–1956. Duke University Press, 2013.
- Winkel, Roel Vande & Welch, David. Cinema and the Swastika: The International Expansion of Third Reich Cinema. Palgrave MacMillan, 2011.
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